Are you looking for data for a social science research project? Do you have data that you need help analyzing, managing or archiving? Do you need analytic software for your data?
Come to Green Library on Oct 21st to find out more about the Stanford University Libraries' collection of data resources and services.
The California Map Society (CMS) is a founding friend of the David Rumsey Map Center. As partners, the Society will underwrite and facilitate the jurying and awarding of a Student Paper Award.
The award carries a cash prize of $1,000; an additional $400 will be used to fund travel to the northern and southern California speaker events where the award winner will present his or her paper under the auspices of the California Map Society. The deadline to submit is February 17, 2017; the presentations will happen the week of April 24, 2017.
The competition is open to any graduate student (masters, PhD) currently enrolled in a California educational institute that awards advanced degrees. Papers will be judged on the quality of the research, the writing, and the effective use of maps in the presentation. The judges have been chosen from leading academics and collectors in the field of cartography. Each judge will independently read the papers and then confer and agree upon the winner. The winner will be notified the week of April 10, 2017.
For further details including paper requirements and submission, please visit the paper competition's webpage.
The Stanford Archive of Recorded Sound is pleased to announce the appointment of Benjamin Bates to the position of Operations Manager.
In 2011 the United Nations declared October 11th the International Day of the Girl Child. The U.S. branch is "an 100% youth-led movement fighting for gender justice and youth rights. Our work to dismantle the patriarchy and fight for social justice is rooted in girl-led activism across the country, using October 11th as a day of national action." For resources in Cubberley see these guides:
At the entrance hall of the East Asian Library, "Xiaoze Xie: Albums, Prints and Photographs" features two intimate albums with ink drawings from the artist's travels, prints with images of books taken at libraries in China and Canada, and somber photographs suggesting burning of books. The subject, style and format of Xie's work resonate with the specific context of the site. On view Oct. 18, 2016 to Jan. 15, 2017.
Xiaoze Xie, the Paul L. & Phyllis Wattis Professor of Art at Stanford University, is an internationally recognized artist who has exhibited extensively in the US and abroad. His work is in the permanent collection of such institutions as the Museum of Fine Arts Houston, the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, San Jose Museum of Art, and Oakland Museum of California. Xie received the Painter and Sculptor’s Grant from the Joan Mitchell Foundation (2013), the Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant (2003) and artist awards from Phoenix Art Museum (1999) and Dallas Museum of Art (1996).
An opening reception will be held at 5:00pm, November 3, 2016
Sponsors of the event:
Stanford University Libraries
Department of Art & Art History
Stanford Arts Office of the Associate Dean